Well I started writing this morning then lost it all for some reason. Then, joy of joys, found my password for the News Statesman worked and so I went and read some articles. They did not lighten my heart towards the government but that is another story.
Went shopping, everyone was polite and smiling, we observed our two metre lengths, especially over the narrow bridge, and i got all the animals food, even Lucy's rather expensive taste in Harrington's food. But quite a few of the shelves were empty. Snoring gently on the chair yesterday.
Looking back. This was a trip to London with family, traipsing round for miles with Lillie doing the famous 'L' loser, to everyone. We are an untidy family, compared to the immaculate Horse Guard! Which reminds me of many years ago when i had a friend who went out with one of these chaps. She married an art conservator in the end, and went and lived in a folly mill with her beloved who restored Gainsboroughs' as I remember. But her flat always had large paintings hanging around on the floor and I was always scared about falling into one.
|They all did dry off in the end.|